Looking for some help here. I have a 300 RUM, Remington 700 Titanium action, and carbon barrel. Whenever the rifle is fired, the the ballistic tips (currently 208 grain A-Max) of the shells in the magazine get deformed. I've tried factory loads and seating bullets deep with same result. Guy who built it says it's beacuse the gun is so light that the recoil of the rifle vs the iniertia of the bullet causes the shells to get slammed into the front of the magazine. Rifle is braked, and recoil doesn't seem excessive to me. The bad part is: he says he can't fix it. I asked if he stiffened up the magazine spring would that help, and he told me it wouldn't. He says he has built others on Ti actions similar to mine that have actually snapped screws on Leupold scope rings. His only possible solution was to add an HS Precision DMB as this has worked before, but would make no promises. Anyone have any other solutions? Is the HS mag box a good idea? Maybe a better brake? Right now all I can use this rifle for past 100 yards or so is a single shot which isn't what I paid for. Thanks in advance.